President of Associated Students
The President of the Associated Students presides over the Executive Board. The President also serves on, or appoints a designee to, the following College Committees: Student Service Fund, Bookstore, Food Service, Flea Market Board of Directors, College Coordinating Council (CCC) and other committees within the college’s shared Bylaws and all resolutions that are in effect. President of the College, and oversees all activities of the Executive Board and its auxiliary committees. The President is responsible for upholding the Constitution and Bylaws and all resolutions that are in effect.
Executive Vice President
The Executive Vice President oversees the operations of clubs and student organizations on the campuses of PCC. The Executive Vice President chairs the Inter-Club Council, which is made up of representatives from each active club and sets policy and rules for clubs to follow. The Executive Vice President is also responsible for setting the club budget each semester. As the vice chair to the Executive Board and the first in the line of succession, the Executive Vice President assumes the role of President if the President is unable to fulfill their duties.
Vice President of Academic Affairs
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The Vice President of Academic Affairs is responsible for all things instructional on campus. The Vice President of Academic Affairs is the liaison between ASPCC and the college’s Vice President of Instruction (Dr. Terry Giugni), the Academic Senate which represents all faculty on campus, and the instructional deans. They also preside over the Academic Commission, who are liaisons between instructional departments and other campus-wide committees. The Vice President of Academic Affairs and their commissioners aim to increase accessibility and availability of academic opportunities to further promote student success.
Vice President of Student Services
The Vice President of Student Services focuses on meeting the needs of PCC students by conducting events that provide a source of communication and information for students to feel comfortable with their academic journey. They also chair the Student Services Committee, which act as a liaison group to various College student services areas and to provide pertinent information to Associated Students on available student services; assist in coordination of programs that further student development.
Vice President of External Affairs
The Vice President of External Affairs serves as ASPCC’s lobbyist. They are the students’ primary representative to groups outside of PCC such as other colleges, our local region, the Student Senate for California Community Colleges, and our legislators on both a state and national level. It is their responsibility to be aware of legislation that may affect community college students, and to convey and advocate the student's needs to legislators.
Vice President of Public Relations
The Vice President of Public Relations’ responsibility is to ensure the transparency and accessibility of AS to the student body. This is done by marketing and publicizing Associated Students activities on campus and in the community by creating flyers, updating ASPCC social media, and maintaining the ASPCC website as well as Lancerlife. The VP of Public Relations also chairs the Publicity Committee.
Vice President of Cultural Diversity
The Vice President of Community Diversity is responsible for promoting diversity and unity on campus. The responsibilities of this position ranges from issues of race and ethnicity to gender, specific culture, sexual orientation, and a myriad of other related topics. They are tasked with organizing events and programs to highlight and celebrate PCC’s cultural diversity, and chairs the Community Diversity Committee.
Vice President of Sustainability
The Vice President of Sustainability is responsible for promoting, designing and implementing sustainable ideas, policies and programs at PCC. This can range from environmental conservationism to social and economic justice issues to promote a fully sustainable future for members of our campus community. The Vice President of Sustainability advises ASPCC on making events and projects sustainable, and work with the college’s Sustainability Committee, Facilities Committee, and Planning Committee to further sustainability on campus. The VP of Sustainability also chairs the Sustainability Committee.
Vice President of Business Affairs
The Vice President of Business Affairs is in charge of maintaining the Associated Students budget, as well as overseeing ASPCC’s expenditures. The Vice President of Business Affairs also provides students with financial literacy information through workshops and speaker events. The Vice President of Business Affairs also chairs the Finance Committee.
Vice President of Campus Activities
The Vice President of Campus Activities is responsible for planning and coordinating a variety of campus wide events for the student body. With the help of their committee, the VP of Campus Activities is able to plan campus wide events such as welcome week and homecoming. Movie nights and other small events throughout the semester are also important; it is the VP of Campus Activities' job to create fun opportunities for students to be involved outside of class. The VP of Campus Activities also chairs the Campus Activities Committee.
Chief Justice of the Supreme Council
The Chief Justice chairs the Supreme Council, which is ASPCC’s judicial branch of government. The Chief Justice acts as a liaison between the Supreme Council and the Executive Board, and has an ex-officio status on the Board. They are responsible for interpreting ASPCC’s governing documents, and is also the main interpreting officer for all of ASPCC’s governing documents. They review and revise the ASPCC Constitution, Bylaws, and Policy & Procedures, and make recommendations to the documents as they see fit. It is the Chief Justice’s responsibility to assist in ensuring that the ASPCC is following its own rules and is accountable to the student body at large.
The Student Trustee sits as the student representative on Pasadena City College’s Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees is the policy-forming body of the District in which powers and duties include approval of college policy, interpreting the college needs to the public, and adoption of an annual budget for the district. They are entitled to make and second motions, participate in discussions, and receive all materials presented to the Board members. The Student Trustee is the primary liaison between the Board of Trustees and ASPCC Executive Board, and sits on the ASPCC Executive Board in an advisory capacity.